future of arts, entertainment & culture

Blockchain for

Physical & Digital.

backed by University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign. With Art from:
Digiphy Inc

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ArtMarket

The world's first hybrid marketplace with physical art and digital NFTs.

Digiphy Smart Tag

An NFC tag that verifies authentic physical items by embedding digital NFTs.

Digiphy Labs

URL & IRL experiences like ArtTV, Vancouver Bar Crawl & Metaverse Thursdays.
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Van

Gogh

1853–1890
Our collection features an impressive collection original paintings from the most famous Dutch Post-impressionist painter of all time, Vincent Willem van Gogh. 

Van Gogh inspired early abstraction, Expressionism and Fauvism. Some of his famous works include 'Sunflowers' and 'Starry Night’.

Claude

Monet

1840–1926
As one of the founding fathers of the French Impressionism, Oscar-Claude Monet broke free from the convention of copying from the old masters. 

Our collection features Monet's impressionistic artworks that depict his direct observation of nature and his emphasis on the shifting of lights according to different times and seasons.

Leonardo

Da Vinci

1452-1519
Leonardo Da Vinci was a Renaissance polymath, scientist, engineer, inventor, anatomist, painter, sculptor, architect, botanist, musician and writer. 

Our collection includes Da Vinci's well-known masterpieces like the The Mona Lisa and The Virgin of the Rocks.

Paul

Cézanne

1839–1906
Our collection includes works from Paul Cézanne, who was known as the "Master of Aix" because of how he portrayed the beauty of nature in Aix-en-Provence, his ancestral home in the South of France.

His artistic style of repetitive and exploratory brushstrokes made his works recognizable and paved the way for modern art and Cubism.

Pierre-Auguste

Renoir

1841–1919
Our collection features original paintings from one of the most highly regarded French Impressionist painters, Pierre-Auguste Renoir.

In the 1870s, Renoir became one of the leading painters in the Impressionism movement. His lively paintings mostly celebrated the beauty of feminine sensuality.
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